Posts Tagged ‘international relations’

Rabbi Asher Lopatin will lead the new Modern Orthodox Kehillat Etz Chayim started by a group of families in Huntington Woods.

Mixed Welcome

A Modern Orthodox maverick, Rabbi Asher Lopatin faces Orthodox disdain — and support. Detroit’s Modern Orthodox community is about to welcome a controversial but beloved rabbi into its fold. Rabbi Asher Lopatin has made a name for himself as a maverick, a spiritual leader who is unafraid to stake unpopular halachic (legal) positions on women’s…

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Ray Rebeck of West Bloomfield at last year’s Walk for Israel.

Celebrate The Jewish State

Annual Walk for Israel slated for May 6. The Metro Detroit community will celebrate the State of Israel on Sunday, May 6, beginning at noon, at the 13th annual Walk for Israel and 5K Family Fun Run. Thousands of Israel supporters will attend this community wide event with participants not only from the Jewish community…

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Temple Beth El Rabbi Mark Miller, Ari Richardson, Lily Mendelson, Tommy Sherman, Lucy Sher, Lexi Greenberger, Abigail Scavone, Donovan Brown and Debbie Morosohk, director of education.

Finding A Political Voice

Temple Beth El teens learn about advocacy on L’Taken trip to Washington, D.C. Ari Richardson, 16, a junior at Farmington High School, grew up as an active member at Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Township and is now president of its youth group. She didn’t know much about politics or policy making, but she has…

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